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Wigwam Creek

Wigwam CreekWigwam Creek is a small stream with a good supply of Brook Trout. The drive to the trailhead takes hikers through massive square miles of burned forest that were torched in Colorado's largest wildfire, the Hayman Fire (2002). In contrast, the Wigwam Trail testifies to what survived. Lush, green, heavy vegetation and tall evergreen trees are a welcome sight. Off of the beaten path, the trail is lightly used compared to other trails in the Lost Creek Wilderness area.

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Directions - 50.9 miles - 1 Hour 28 Minutes

  1. From Angler's Covey head west on US 24 W/Cimarron St, go 16.7 miles
  2. Turn right at CO-67 N towards Deckers, go 23.1 miles
  3. At Deckers, stay left, cross river on Co Rd 126, go 2.7 miles
  4. Turn left at Wigwam Creek Rd toward Cheesman Reservoir, go 2.0 miles
  5. Turn right at Goose Creek Rd, go 1.1 miles 
  6. Take the first right onto Stoney Pass Rd NF-560, go 4.0 miles
  7. Turn left on NF-545, go 4 miles to the Wigwam Trailhead

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